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DPA

DPA

(Data Protection Act 1998) A British Act of Parliament that was enacted to protect a person's data captured by an organization. Covering retention, disclosure and access, it also stipulates what security measures the organization must observe. For more information, visit the Office of Public Sector Information at www.opsi.gov.uk and search for Data Protection Act.
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To give Microsemi customers confidence that they are deploying IP with effective countermeasures, Athena has pushed the limits of test vector leakage assessment (TVLA) testing of our DPA solutions.
42) Unlike a DPA, there is indeed no direct role for the federal courts to play in the approval or enforcement of an NPA, although there is an open question as to whether a court could consider the breach of an NPA once the DOJ brings actual charges.
Having discovered side-channel attacks, Cryptography Research scientists have developed a comprehensive portfolio of application-specific hardware core and software library solutions that chipmakers can use to build DPA resistant products.
A well-meant, serious DPA ought to pass muster with another judge just like this one did with Judge Gleeson, but this adds another element to be cognizant of.
GN: The first session of DPA was dedicated to the tourism sector.
Abdulla Al Shaibani, Secretary-General of the Executive Council, said: "When we launched DPA in 2010, we committed ourselves to produce results in line with the directives of our leaders.
Indeed, because Ban did not become deeply involved in the practicalities of DPA reform, he is a shadowy figure in much of the narrative that follows, letting others work out what "significantly strengthening" DPA should mean in practice.
Nine months postoperatively, the patient was seen in the clinic with normal right foot function and good palpable pulse at DPA and good perfusion as demonstrated by arterial duplex study and toes pressure.
total]) and accelerometer-measured characteristics of physical activity (total physical activity, mean counts and minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) accumulated during weekdays (WD) and during the school day (SD)) were examined using Pearson product moment correlations, and a series of independent-samples t-tests were used to determine whether there were differences according to level of DPA participation: a) Less than 5 days per week and b) 5 days per week.
The Pure One[TM] vegetarian form of the "egg lipids" DHA, DPA and EPA together may provide greater brain support than DHA alone, although literature research on the topic is very early.
In June and November 2009, GAO testified on DOJ's use and oversight of DPAs and NPAs, and this report discusses additional findings, including (1) the extent to which DOJ has used DPAs and NPAs to address corporate misconduct and tracks use of these agreements, (2) the extent to which DOJ measures the effectiveness of DPAs and NPAs, and (3) the role of the court in the DPA and NPA process.
DPA has been invited by the Dubai International Film Festival, to return to Middle East for the third year, to produce the "DPA gifting lounge" offering celebrities, jury members, and presenters, amazing new products and fantastic services.